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We are very pleased to announce that the only 100 mile trail race in the state of Indiana will be held at Chain O' Lakes State Park in Albion, Indiana on April 25-26, 2015.
Please note that there will also be a 50 mile race option on the same course with the 100 mile race. There will be a 30 hour time limit for the 100 milers and a 15 hour time limit for the 50 milers.
The Indiana Trail 100 is a non-profit event managed by ultra-runners with the net proceeds going back to the park. We are convinced that once you run on our scenic course you will keep coming back. We will help you achieve your goal, whether it's your first 50 or 100 miler or setting your personal record time.
The Indiana Trail 100 is pleased to announce that the 2015 race will be a qualifier for the 2016 Western States Endurance Run.
The following people won their respective categories:
First Place Overall Male 100 Miler - Shan Riggs 17:41
First Place Overall Female 100 Miler - Jen Skelly 18:56
First Place Indiana Male 100 Miler - Vince Corona 17:55
First Place Indiana Female 100 Miler - Erin Brady 20:21
First Place Overall Male 50 Miler - Matthew Daniels 6:48
First Place Overall Female 50 Miler - Heather Pietrykowski 7:40
First Place Indiana Male 50 Miler - Mathew Moody 7:12
First Place Indiana Female 50 Miler - Suzi Swinehart 9:20
We will have a series of announcements each month until the start of the inaugural Indiana Trail 100. Please see the following and let us know if you have any questions or need additional information:
The Indiana Trail 100 is proud to be a part of the 2015 Midwest Grand Slam of Ultrarunning. The Indiana Trail 100 will serve as the springboard event for the other four races in the Slam: The Kettle Moraine 100 Mile Endurance Run, the Mohican Trail 100 Mile Run, the Burning River 100 Mile Endurance Run, and the Hallucination 100 Mile Run. Anyone that completes all five events will be designated a Super Slammer. Please visit the Midwest Grand Slam of Ultrarunning website for further details on how you can become a part of the Midwest Super Slammers .
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The course is a 16.67 mile mixture of wide and narrow trails - from rolling hills, dirt, and off camber grass sections. There will be relatively little road running on the course. The terrain and woods provides protection from the wind. Most of the trails surround many of the lakes.
Our course is different from other ultras previously run at Chain O'Lakes.
Indiana Trail 100 Staff
We're pleased to announce that Mary Ann Troutner has become a part of the Indiana Trail 100 staff. Mary Ann has extensive committee experience and as a native of Albion is ideally suited to help make this a showcase event for the local community and Chain O'Lakes State Park - the host site and benefactor of event proceeds
Shirts/HatsIndiana Trail 100 tech shirts and hats are now available for purchase. To order, please click the below link.
We would like to welcome Fort Wayne Metals as a new sponsor to the Indiana Trail 100. They join Culligan Water of Columbia City, Jameson Coffee, Three Rivers Running Company, Whitley Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Montrail, 2Toms and 100 Mile Blend Coffee. We thank all of them for their support of the Indiana Trail 100. Please visit their links and support our sponsors.
We'll have unofficial training runs almost every weekend leading up to the Indiana Trail 100. We welcome any individuals or groups that would like to join us for these runs to familiarize yourself with the course. Please check the Indiana Trail 100 Facebook site for future training run information.
We're in search of volunteers to assist with trail maintenance. This includes accepting assistance of any ultra runners that need to fulfill volunteer obligations as part of an ultra event in 2014-2015.If you have an interest in this or volunteering for other race-related events, please contact Jerry Diehl at email@example.com for more details. We thank you for making this event a great success.
Please keep checking our website and Facebook site for more details about training runs and any other items about the race that will interest you.